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Why Certain Plant Compounds May Mimic Dietary Restriction

Michael Greger MD | September 3, 2015 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, caloric restriction, chronic diseases, curcumin, evolution, exercise, fruit, grapes, green tea, hormesis, inflammation, lifespan, liquid smoke, longevity, medications, oxidative stress, pain, phytonutrients, resveratrol, spices, stress, turmeric, vegetables, xenohormesis

A new concept, called xenohormesis, has arisen to explain the mystery of why so many plant molecules interact with and modulate key regulators of our physiology in ways that are beneficial to our health (explained further in my video,......


How Humans Benefit From Stressed Plants

Michael Greger MD | September 1, 2015 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, antioxidants, aspirin, complementary medicine, DNA damage, evolution, fruit, grapes, hormones, lettuce, medications, nitric oxide, oxidative stress, penicillin, phytonutrients, protein, strawberries, stress, sunlight, vegetables, water, wound healing

Plants live the ultimate sedentary lifestyle--most of us usually think of plants more as objects than as organisms. Because plants can't move, they've had to evolve a whole other way to escape threats to their well-being. Plants can "sense......


Is Liquid Smoke Safe?

Michael Greger MD | April 14, 2015 | Health

Read More: animal products, artificial flavors, black tea, body fat, broccoli, cancer, carcinogens, chemotherapy, chicken, coffee, cooking methods, cooking temperature, cruciferous vegetables, DNA damage, exercise, fat, fish, fish sauce, green tea, ham, herbal tea, herring, hormesis, liquid smoke, liver disease, liver health, lox, mesquite, mutation, oxidative stress, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, poultry, safety limits, salmon, smoked foods, smoking, stress, tobacco, tumor suppressor genes, turkey, vegetables

We know smoke inhalation isn't good for us, but what about smoke ingestion? Decades ago, smoke flavorings were tested to see if they caused DNA mutations in bacteria--the tests came up negative. Even as more and more smoke flavoring......


Why Athletes Should Eat Nutritional Yeast

Michael Greger MD | September 2, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, children, cognition, common cold, exercise, fatigue, fiber, immune function, mood, nutritional yeast, respiratory infections, stress, yeast

Does powering up at the gym also power up our immune system? Research has shown that moderate exercise improves immunity and decreases illness rates. According to an article in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, "the most important finding......


Hibiscus Tea: The Best Beverage?

Michael Greger MD | September 3, 2013 | Health

Read More: amla, antioxidants, berries, chamomile, dementia, depression, erythritol, flor de Jamaica, flowers, goji, green tea, herbal, hibiscus, matcha, mint, oxidant stress, phytonutrients, plant-based diet, PMS, rose bush, roselle, saffron crocus, sorrel, stress, tea, vegan, vegetarian, zinger tea

A landmark investigation of the Antioxidant Content of 3,139 Foods put all previous rankings to shame. That's where I got the data to create my videos Best Berries, which compares hundreds of berries to common fruits, and Better Than......


Acai to Zucchini: antioxidant food rankings

Michael Greger MD | January 25, 2012 | Health

Read More: aging, animal foods, animal products, antioxidants, apples, argon laser, berries, boiling, breakfast, cholesterol, cooking, Dragon's blood, fruits, goji berries, green tea, lutein, lycopene, microwaving, mitochondria, oxidation, pills, plant foods, produce, raw, selenium, steaming, stress, supplements, vegetables, vitamin D, vitamin E

Today's video-of-the-day Dragon's Blood wraps up a ten-part series based on a groundbreaking study that measured the total Antioxidant Content of 3,139 foods, beverages, herbs, and spices. Antioxidant Power of Plant Foods Versus Animal Foods presents the best......


Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Losing Weight, Exercise, Stress, and Cardiovascular Risk from an Expert, Dr. Sharon Alger-Mayer. The Best Diet, How Much Exercise, the Hormone Stress Connection, the Best Phytonutrients, and the Healthiest Carbs

The Healthy Librarian | February 24, 2010 | Health

Read More: Diet, Exercise, Phytonutrients, Stress, Weight Loss

"Why is it so hard to to maintain a healthy weight and good eating habits?  It's multi-factorial.  Genetics loads the gun - but the environment pulls the trigger. We are all different  genetically in our hunger and satiety cues--the......